From the latin word BOAT. A vessel in which many hours are spend on the water, along with most of your income and beer
Karen, we are going to use your bote this weekend, would you like to go with us?
by capt cole February 03, 2005
An extreme misspelling of the word 'Bored.' The meaning is, however, the same.
Guy A: Dude, I'm bote!

Guy B: What?!

Guy A: Bored*

Guy B: Aha!
by superniall50 May 24, 2011
Derived from the Latin word(s), botel and teh; where as the botel, meaning a relative "loser" and teh, meaning "impersonator"; in conjunction, these two formal Latin words come together as an Italian, Hungarian and French word defining a "loser" who pretends\acts like another character, rather them himselve alone.
The great Chariot Race of the Greek Gods proved that Zueos proved to have substantial evident and being a coward with immense bote at his will.
by Websters Concise Encyclopedia February 26, 2004
This is an anagram for Bitch Of The Earth. BOTE is quite useful to describe anyone who fits said criteria.
Mike: "I hope Randolph doesn't ask me to read my report out loud. GOd, she's such a bote."
by C. Dub November 07, 2006
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